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The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted six individuals, including three Auburn University alumni, during a ceremony Saturday at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa.

This year’s inductees from the university include Linda DuCharme, ’86 chemical engineering and president of ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions; Kenneth Kelly, ’90 electrical engineering and chairman and CEO of First Independence Bank; and David Mobley, ’61 electrical engineering and consultant for ECHOTA Research and Science Applications.

Other inductees include Jody Singer, ’93 industrial engineering from the University of Alabama and director of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center; Michael Johns, ’97 mechanical engineering from the University of Alabama and vice president of the Southern Research Institute’s engineering division; and Sheila Cummings, ’95 aerospace engineering from the University of Maryland and founder, president and CEO of Cummings Aerospace. 

In addition to the State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducting three Auburn engineering graduates, the organization also announced the appointment of two Auburn engineering graduates to its board—Tony Smoke, ’84 electrical engineering and vice president of the Birmingham division of Alabama Power, and Ken Smith, ’81 civil engineering and former president of Spire.

To read the full article, go to http://eng.auburn.edu/news/2020/02/hall-of-fame-2020.html.